In this post, you will find great Brothers Quotes from famous people, such as Allison Tolman, Rick Moranis, Andrew Dominik, Charles Kettering, The Notorious B.I.G.. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I love babies, and I have my nephews that I love. I have a great mom and she has raised three kids, so if I take lessons from her, I think I’ll be great. All my friends have little brothers or sisters.
I love my family, they love me. And my little brothers, they’re like my sons. I raised them.
Mosab Hassan Yousef
My brothers always like to believe that my father pampered me and I am spoilt. While it is not true, they felt that way. As for my dad, I could not do anything wrong. So, if I did something wrong, I would put the blame on them, and he would shout at them.
I like to do stuff for my brothers and sisters to appreciate because they look up to me, and for other kids around the world who want to get into acting or who just want to have somebody to look up to.
I wish I could sit back and say, ‘Oh, I’m gonna wait for a Merchant–Ivory film to come my way. Or Ivory-Merchant. Whatever it’s called. But you just take what’s given and then, hopefully, down the road you can be more choosy and only do, say, Wayans brothers movies. That’s my goal: to be more Merchant-Ivory-Wayans.
Friends and brothers, The Almightycreated us Indians. We are as he made us. The Almighty has given to the whites a book to read, and they have plenty of things to work with. The Indian has no book. He cannot read.
In too many cases, the moms, the dads, the sisters and brothers of children with cancermust stand by a hospital bed and watch helplessly as this horribledisease consumes the life of an innocent child.
Muhammad Ali was my idol, and I always say, if Muhammad Ali had told me the exact same thing my mother, the principal, the securityguard, my brothers… you know, the same thing they were telling me that I didn’t listen to, I would have listened, just because it came from Muhammad Ali.
I knew I was in charge when with the ball. But on the toughestdefenders I faced, I would say that my African brothers were the ones. We have the same mentality and thought the same way. Osei Kuffour was the toughest of them all.
The word of the oldest of the old of our peoples didn’t stop. It spoke the truth, saying that our feet couldn’t walk alone, that our history of pain and shame was repeated and multiplied in the flesh and blood of the brothers and sisters of other lands and skies.
My older brothers and sisters have kids and families.
Overall, we had about 50 meetings where the brothers would say that I couldn’t do any solo records, I couldn’t write for other people, I couldn’t do this and I couldn’t do that. These guys were trying to nail my feet to the ground.
I don’t feel like a wealthyperson. Other people think of me as a wealthy person, but I don’t. I feel the same as when I was a fifth-year associate trying to make partner at Lehman Brothers. I haven‘t changed.
Oh, yeah. I grew up in Southern California in the 1960’s. It was very different. I was an only child as opposed to having siblings. My brothers all lived with my step-mom. I am very close to them, but we were not raised in the same house.
The biggest thing for me is earning the respect of my fellow players and coaches. I think that is why I was a little bit emotional. You don’t get a haka done to you from the brothers for no reason if they don’t respect you.
My brothers used to call me Bob. They’d laugh at me, and I didn’t get it. I’m 13 years old at the time, and then one day my brother’s friend says, ‘You know what Bob stands for? ‘Booty on back.’ You’re fat.’ Like my butt was so big I could reach for my wallet over my shoulder. And I broke down.
My father was the youngest of six brothers, and he was the brains. I never thought he was making what he should have. He had to split it with five brothers. So I made up my mind: I was going to go on my own and make my own money.
Alan C. Greenberg
If the Wright brothers hadn’t put their lives on the line, we would not be flying around the world these days. So we need pioneers.
If I have to advise our brothers in France, I’ll tell them one thing – move to Israel, as early as possible. I say that to Jews all around the world, but there I think it’s a must and they have to move immediately.
I took a couple of classes in clowning, but that was more like Lucille Ball kind of slapstick, not Ringling Brothers. But we had to do things silently, and the teacher would do this runningcommentary. ‘Does this make Clown sad? Oh, Clown doesn’t like that, does Clown?’ Always ‘Clown.’ Never a name.
June Diane Raphael
My four older brothers were my favorite players. That’s why I got into football and sports.
I have six brothers, and in the past I’ve done quite a few girlie films, like ‘Wild Child’ and ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’ – so when they’ve been to those, they’ve been incrediblyembarrassed. They won’t be embarrassed going to see ‘Black Death’ – I reckon they’re going to love it.
In ‘Attachments,’ which is told from a male point of view, people asked me if a man would really think that much about whether a womanlikes him. But I have a husband and three brothers, and they’re all like that.
It was definitely a part of our life. I mean, my mom had both her brothers and her fiancee in Vietnam at the same time, so it wasn’t just my dad’s story, it was my mom’s story too. And we definitely grew up listening to the stories.
I grew up in a very masculineenvironment. So I was around a lot of men, my brothers and their friends. There was just a lot of guys around.
I’ve had deals over the years where I just haven’t had good chemistry with the person across the table from me, so I’ve said to one of my brothers, ‘You know what, you will be more effective than I will.’ And that takes a level of confidence.
If we help an educated man’s daughter to go to Cambridge are we not forcing her to think not about education but about war? – not how she can learn, but how she can fight in order that she might win the same advantages as her brothers?
I have my three brothers, and then I have my adopted sister from El Salvador, who is actually the oldest. My brother and I were already born, and then my parents adopted my sister from El Salvador during the war and had two more kids.
I grew up in a big Irish, Catholic family. My dad was a pretty rough guy. So one of my brothers left home when he was 15 and found his way to the gym. It gave me the opportunity to go and spend some time with him and work out in the gym.
I started working out with my father the summer I was 13, which was incredible for our relationship. Those were my summers: working out with my dad, hanging out with my brothers, riding my bike. Pretty simple.
Because I didn’t have brothers, I was always interested in the kids down the street that had four brothers in their family, so I became one of them – but it was not my family. I’ve always been attracted to temporary families. They tend to be lost characters.
The hatedirected against the colored people here in St. Louis has always given me a sad feeling… How can you expect the world to believe in you and respect your preaching of democracy when you yourselftreat your colored brothers as you do?
My father was very interested in music, and when he and his brothers were young, they had a singing group that used to open for Sam Cooke. There was always music in our house, but there wasn’t much art around.
We forget that this music, music made by my brothers and sisters, is still a baby. It’s just beginning. When I think of the possibilities, it makes me smile.
My Dad, a small-town lawyer, was also named Paul. Until we lost him when I was 16, he was a gentle presence in my life. I like to think he’d be proud of me and my sister and brothers, because I’m sure proud of him and of where I come from, Janesville, Wisconsin.
I think that when I was child, acting was mostly just a hobby for me. It was something that my parents encouraged me to think of the way that my brothers thought of their cross-country classes, or my little sister to dance classes and art classes, and it was something like that for me.
My mom still lives in Denver and some of my brothers are still in the area, so I still have strong ties there.
I’ve got three brothers and two sisters. Dad was a plumber who worked really hard to support six children, and Mum was busy at home. The four brothers shared a room, a bunk bed on each side. It wasn’t luxurious.
And Big Night, I think by the end the brothers find that balance, when they touch each other on the shoulder over breakfast and it’s understood that what should never have driven them apartalmostdrove them apart. I think that’s a true moment.
Mom was so funny and loving to us kids. She was our first audience. When my dad died, I was suddenly alone in the house with her because my two older brothers were away at college. I was the man of the house, and she was the grieving woman.
I’ve never actually participated in role-playing games myself, except on one occasion when a coworker of mine came to my house and introduced my two brothers and me to a single game of ‘Dungeons & Dragons.’
As a kid, I wore a lot of my older brothers’ hand-me-downs.
My father worked in a bank while my mother looked after my four brothers and me, the only girl in our family.
To see the earth as it truly is, small and blue in that eternalsilence where it floats, is to see riders on the earth together, brothers on that brightloveliness in the eternal cold – brothers who know now they are truly brothers.
If I were to have the opportunity to work with Joong Ki, playing brothers would be good, but anything would be great as long as it was with Joong Ki.
The reason why the Wright brothers were successful wasn’t because they had the most resources, but because they understood how inventionworks. You have to iterate quickly, and you should be prepared to fail. Because things often don’t go as planned.
Bob Taylor and I playing brothers. And I was a Mexican bandit. And he was the sheriff of the town. And we loved each other. We loved each other very much.
I started with golf because I saw my brothers play, I was always watching them. It was my life. Growing up, we always played competitions like chipping, hitting.
And then we’ve got Blades of Glory, and we’ve got Brothers Solomon, and I’ve got a script in development with this guy ChuckMartin who used to write on Arrested, and, you know, we have a few things in various stages of development.
I know it’s inevitable that there will be those who compare ‘The Pacific‘ to ‘Band of Brothers.’ For years, the Pacific theater of war was not talked about as much as the European theater, yet it was part of the same war.
My parents, especially my father, discussed the question of my brothers’ education as a matter of real importance. My education and that of my sister were scarcely discussed at all.
I began with small roles in successful movies like ‘No Country For Old Men‘ by the Coen brothers; but it was ‘The Last Exorcism‘ that changed my life: with what I earned, I left Texas and moved to Los Angeles.
When Phil and I hit that one spot where I call it ‘The Everly Brothers,’ I don’t know where it is. ‘Cause it’s not me and it’s not him. It’s the two of us together. I sing the lead, and so I can driftoff. Then we’ll come back in together and the whole thing happens again. It amazes me sometimes.
How many years has it taken people to realize that we are all brothers and sisters and human beings in the human race? I mean how many years does it take people to see that? We’re all in this rat race together!
I have six brothers, so I definitely was aware of Marvel more than I was of princesses, but once you’re cast in a Joss Whedon Marvel show, you go and become even more of a bigger fan. You do your homework.
The parallel we like to make…. is the idea of becoming the next Warner Brothers, which is a company that creates the content, but they also produce the content. They also distribute; they also market. So we say that because Fine Bros. and Warner Brothers is fun to say.
We celebrated Christmas. Not religiously, but we did the tree and the lights. Hannukah always seemed not quite as thrilling – Sorry to my Jewish brothers and sisters! But when you’re a kid, Santa and all that, you know, that really trumps the menorah. So we did Christmas.
No one dislikes LL Cool J. If you meet LL Cool J, you fall in love with LL Cool J. LL and I had mutual friends, and he and I had always talked about doing something. My fans know LL’s music. And I love him – we’re blood brothers at this point. We’ve been through the fire together. I know no finer person.
I just did this movie with Kristin Wiig called ‘The Skeleton Twins.’ That’s a straight drama. We play estranged twins, and I end up moving in with her and her husband, played by LukeWilson. But it’s a drama, and the Duplass Brothers produced it and this great guy, CraigJohnson, directed it. And that was great, you know?
Five days after the Tsarnaev brothers blew up Boston’s most sacred event, and just 24 hours after one brother was killed and the other was caught, everyone decided that it was OK to play baseball at Fenway again. The game happened on a Saturdayafternoon, preceded by an emotional ceremony and many prayers.
There’s something intrinsically Australian about a bunch of brothers and school friends getting together as a band at a very young age and all pulling together as a band at a very young age and all pulling together as mates to make something happen.
I have six brothers and sisters. We all look totally different: blonde hair, curly hair, greeneyes, dark eyes, dark skin, light skin. It’s just how it is.
It’s tough growing up where I grew up. My family is very small and really tight. Just being around the neighborhood, my brothers were always around. I didn’t want to be in any trouble because I knew my mom or brothers would find out. I didn’t want to hurt their feelings. I just tried to do everything right.
I just write the characters the way I see them. And maybe that’s because I’m surrounded by the most amazing men,from my father to my husband to all of my brothers. They are true heroes!
We are taught you must blame your father, your sisters, your brothers, the school, the teachers – but never blame yourself. It’s never your fault. But it’s always your fault, because if you wanted to change you’re the one who has got to change.
I grew up in South Jamaica, Queens, in New York. My parents were very religious churchgoing people. They were very strict. I was never really allowed to indulge in anything vain. Modesty always. I have three brothers and two sisters, so everything was on a budget.
I grew up with older brothers, adore them, can’t imagine going through life without them, and I definitely think I draw on that love when I’m writing about siblings. It’s so powerful, the jump-in-front-of-a-train-to-protect-them kind of love.
With Frat House, at times I needed to make music that would reflect what these fraternity brothers might actually listen to, but still keep it within the realm of a score; it still had to lead the viewer through the scene, or just help create the mood.
Once there were two brothers: one ran away to sea, the other was elected Vice-President-and nothing was ever heard from either of them again.
Thomas R. Marshall
I’m an actor. If you had said to me before I started acting that I’d get two bites of the cherry – you would do things that people will remember forever like ‘The Brothers’ which I did in the ’70s and now ‘Doctor Who‘ – I’d have been overjoyed and I still am.
We started out when I was 6 years old. We played ukuleles and sang Everly Brothers songs.
When I was a kid, my pop used to take me to the doublefeature. He would take me – I had two brothers – and we used to go in the early ’80s and check out these grindhouse movies – a double feature, sometimes a triple feature.
Brothers don’t necessarily have to say anything to each other – they can sit in a room and be together and just be completely comfortable with each other.
Even my older brothers’ early success 10 years ago didn’t change me since there was such an age difference.
When I was growing up, kids would go outside and play all day and invent things. And my brothers and I pretended our picnic table was a ship one summer. Our bikes were horses, and our trees were forts. We turned everything in the world into make-believe.
Mary Pope Osborne
When I was 25 years old and had no money – and didn’t know how to make movies and had no experience – I was able to get $25,000 together, and that film was ‘The Brothers McMullen.’
I’ve got two little dogs, a little Chihuahua-Pomeranian I’ve had for about eight years – his name is Oliver – and a miniatureGerman Schnauzer I’ve had for about seven years. They’re like little brothers.
I spent three and a half years writing the novel ‘Chang & Eng,’ about the conjoined brothers for whom the term ‘Siamese twins’ was contrived, and when I think of these afflicted people, my only emotion is one of profound sympathy.
Bulk collection of phone records didn’t find or stop the Tsarnaev brothers from the massacre in Boston. In fact, one might argue that all of the money spent on bulk collection takes money away from human analysts that might have noticed the older brother‘s trip to become radicalized in Chechnya.
I was convinced in middle school that I invented tight-rolling your pants, because I would get hand-me-downs from my brothers, and of course they were bell-bottoms from the ’70s. So I would fold and fold over the bells. I like to think I started the trend. But I didn’t.
Only younger brothers will understand me. We’re following in the footsteps of older brothers. You are looking up to your brother. You want to do the same things. You want to do as good as he and do it even better.
I’m a very traditional person. The tattoos are about my grandmotherdying and they tell the story about my mother and father, my brothers and my sister, my kids. It’s pretty much a family tree on my arm with my life in football too.
I guess I much prefer the path of the contrarian: the guy who goes against the grain a bit. The careers of the people who I admire deeply – like the Coen brothers and Soderbergh – don’t repeat themselves, and they make radically different films at times, and I think that’s wonderful.
There were about 30 children at one stage, running around like savages at a place called Callow Hill, near Monmouth, which was owned by my grandparents. They lived in the big house, but my dad had five brothers and a sister, and they all lived in various houses scattered on the hill.
I think that I was raised by two of the best people ever. My mother and father are just the definition of hard work, like what hard work brings to you. They’ve taught me and my brothers and sisters to set your goals high and to give everything to reach them.
When I first became aware of music, it was probably the same way a lot of people do – even more suburban or rural people – from my older brothers playing music.
With success came an ever-growing burden of responsibility. I lived with a near-constant low-levelanxiety that I would make a mistake that would not only threaten my career, but also my brothers’ – not to mention the livelihoods of many people who work with us or for us.
I don’t have a creepy uncle, but I certainly have many, many uncles. My mom has twelve brothers and sisters, and my dad has two sisters and three brothers. Their maturity level is still hovering around fifteen when they all get together, but they’re not necessarily creepy.
My dad died 11 years ago, I don’t see much of my brothers, and I rarely speak to my mum. I don’t hold a grudge, but being separated in those early yearsclearly had an impact. Our relationship didn’t develop as it ought to.
I think there is a lot to be said for the respect that our parents had for children, and for my brothers and sisters and me at a very young age, and for exposing them to the world and what’s out there.
I was always looking at footage of dancers from Nicholas Brothers to Ralph Brown to Sand Man to Miller Brothers and Lois, and I grew up looking at old footage.
I’ve got four brothers, so with them and all our friends we had these sports parties in the basement. We’d play basketball, mini-sticks, baseball in the backyard, football, whatever it was. We were busy 24/7.
My favourite book as a child was an old ‘Newne’s Children’s Encyclopaedia’ which my grandfather had bought just before World War II and donated to our family after seeing how interested we were in it. Each volume had specialchapters called ‘Things Boys can Do.’ My brothers and I would pick out interesting projects.
I fell into acting by going to a callback for J.C. Penney with my two older brothers when I was 4 1/2 years old. The castingdirector saw me and asked to bring me in the room with them. The three of us ended up booking the commercial!
When I was a little kid, my parents would show me Marx Brothers’ films and westerns and stuff like that. That’s where all my desire to be an actor comes from and probably most of my understanding of acting comes from for sure.
I was blessed, because I come from a family where they knock you down before you float away. I have a lot of brothers who just make sure we have our feet on the ground, and my mom is a rock star. She is an amazing mother.
I absolutely love the fact that they are looking out for me and it’s not really even just Charles and Dave. Out on the road, I’m one of very few girls out here. There’s a lot of pseudo big brothers who are keeping an eye out on me.
When I sit here and see that the eight brothers from the neighborhood that I grew up with still have success, it had to be magical. I doubt if you get another ‘Wu-Tang Clan.’ That might be harder than getting the new ‘Jackson Five.’ Certain groups you only get one time, and we just happened to be that group.
So it – we have one enduring, uh, idea that will always live on with the Smothers Brothers, that ‘Mom always liked you best.’ We’re the universal, uh, feeling that every child, every sibling has had somewhere along the line. Or, ‘Who did she like best?’ And that became kind of a little mantra.
If the Holy Spirit lives in you, that makes you my brothers and sisters.
Other actors don’t get asked about their brothers or sisters, so why do I have to always answerquestions about having a twin brother? I suppose it’s interesting for everybody other than me.
I heard Q-Tip on the Jungle Brothers’ song ‘The Promo.’ It was very exciting. It was very new. The music and the culture around hip-hop was evolving. I think there’s an emotional quality to their music and there’s a vulnerability to the music. For me, A Tribe Called Quest was my Beatles.
My family is mostly a chosen one. I’ve managed to invite some really amazing people into my life and they become family. Brothers, sisters, siblings, mentors, role models. And I like to live that way, where your family bleeds out into the larger community.
My brothers and sister and me grew up making fun of each other, the way we’d speak or move. When we get together, everyone’s funny, quick, loud, and speaks on top of each other. It was like a great comedy school; nothing is precious.
I took the fear of marriage from my parents’ relationship, because I didn’t want to end up in a relationship like that, whereas my brothers and sisters learnt a lesson from it and made sure they didn’t carry it on into their own marriages.
I have three brothers and one sister, and I’m the third child. Sometimes people say, ‘It’s only natural you would become a writer – your parents were English professors.’ But my four siblings were brought up in the exact same household, and no one else became a writer or an English professor.
Women didn’t go to school when they were young because parents preferred to send their brothers. The women couldn’t access loans in their own right because the bankssought the approval of a male dependent.
My mother was a great typist. She said she loved to type because it gave her time to think. She was a secretary for an insurance company. She was a poor girl; she’d grown up in an orphanage, and she went to a business college – and then worked to put her brothers through school.
My parents are both musicians and made sure we all played music. My brothers and sisters all play instruments, so we’ll get together whenever we can and play. We play a lot of classical music – you know, the good stuff.
When I left my job at Lehman Brothers to start a company, my best friend‘s mother said, ‘How could you leave a sure thing like Lehman to do a silly carpool startup?’ That was three months before Lehman went bankrupt.
I was always a little insecure. I had brothers that played football, so I was just a straight-up tomboy for a minute. I didn’t know makeup and hair stuff. My friends had to tell me what a straightener was. I didn’t know fashion or any of that until the label gave me a stylist.
I have three brothers and a sister. One older and three younger. My oldest brother Danny plays Hyde on ‘That ’70s Show,’ and my younger brother Jordan and my sister Allanah act as well, so we’re a bit of an acting family.
I did meet ‘The Everly Brothers’ once, and we talked for awhile. Then we figured out we were first cousins! My late mother was the sister of Don and Phil’s father, Ike Everly.
The Hindi film that connects with my life story the most is the movie ‘Hero’ – two brothers being lost and sort of coming back.
A certain administration which I won’t call by name took the arts out of the schools, and that left the brothers out on the street with nothing, so they went to the turntables and started rhyming. Then they had a way to express themselves, and that’s the birth of hip-hop.
I blame and credit my brothers for my competitive fire within me. Growing up, I lost at everything! My brothers are quite a bit older – 10 years and 5 years – so it was a challenge, but I have some of the most amazing memories with my big brothers.
It is truly not fun to be the family that sticks out in an all-white community. On the other side, I have five brothers and sisters; we all look exactly the same, and we’re very, very tight. The lessons about race were not pleasant, but there are things that I loved about my childhood.
I grew up in uptown Jamaica; I went to a rich school. I was raised by my mother and my stepfather; they made sure education came before anything. I had a good childhood, grew up spending time with my bigger brothers and sisters. My people are good people. I was exposed to a lot of different kinds of people and culture.
You know, I did records by myself and I always will say the Isley Brothers, and featuring Ronald. I won’t, you know, just, I won’t try to deviate from the Isley Brothers, because that’s what the family dream was all about.
We and our fellow men of all countries must realize that we share this wonderful, beautiful, salubrious earth as brothers and that there never will be anywhere else to go.
What’s important is that people realize that I can’t be put into a box musically. I’ve studied all forms of music; I know probably more Jay-Z songs than the biggest Jay-Z fan. I’ve studied R. Kelly to the Isley Brothers to Stevie Wonder to Sting and Sade. You don’t have one personalityevery day. You don’t have one mood.
I went out for a film where they wanted seven brothers and one sister, so I was there for half a day while they were waiting for ‘Archie‘ to read for a boy… I’ve had drivers come to pick me up in England looking for a blond, blue-eyed Scottish boy.
Let’s face it: Most of us don’t realize it, but we are failing our kids as reading role models. The best role models are in the home: brothers, fathers, grandfathers; mothers, sisters, grandmothers. Moms and dads, it’s important that your kids see you reading. Not just books – reading the newspaper is good, too.
I like playing make-believe. And my brothers do it with me, so it’s fun. It’s almost better than chocolate ice cream.
‘Menace II Society’ itself was a groundbreaking film. It’s definitely going to go in the vaults of classics in all of cinema. The Hughes Brothers created an incredible project. Just gave the world something a little different than what we had seen in previous films in that same genre.
I expected to be a farmer like my father and brothers. Life seemed pleasant and orderly.
I was going to make movies. I was the one in the family who was always rolling the video camera, making movies of my brothers around town, and then screening them for my parents. I still would love to make movies someday… that’s something that really means a lot to me, and I know I’ll have the chance to do it one day.
In high school, my two older brothers ran track. They’d come home sweaty and mud-covered, and I could tell they enjoyed it. So I started running – I ran a mile down the road and back again – and I haven’t stopped since.
My father passed away after three years of debilitating disease, which transformed a very strong and bright man into a real wreck. And that is hard. You have to get out of that stronger, if you can, which I was lucky to be able to. I was the eldest of the family, and I had to support my mother and help my brothers.
I had five brothers and sisters. Four of them older, and some of them played instruments, and we would get together and have family recitals and raise money for the church. I belonged to a wonderful church community that encouraged me to sing.
As Commander in Chief of the United States Military, I will never send our sons and daughters and our brothers and sisters to die in a foreign land without telling the truth about why they’re going there.
My mother never made me do anything for my brothers, like serve them. I think that’s an important lesson, especially for the Latino culture, because the women are expected to be the ones that serve and cook and whatever. Not in our family. Everybody was equal.
The child gets two confusingmessages when a parent tells him which is the right fork to use, and then proceeds to use the wrong one. So does the child who listens to parents bicker and fuss, yet is told to be nice to his brothers and sisters.
I often say to entrepreneurs, ‘If Lehman Brothers were Lehman Brothers & Sisters, it wouldn’t have gone into bankruptcy.’
I’ve always been part of comedy. One of the things about our family was that if we were reasonably funny with each other, particularly my two brothers and myself, when my father was upset with something you’d want to make sure in some way you made him laugh. Because when he didn’t laugh, you were in trouble!
Why don’t we actually fight for a woman’s right even to complain about being beaten up. That is more important than driving. If a woman is beaten, they are told to go back to their homes – their fathers, husbands, brothers – to be beaten up again and locked up in the house.
Basmah bint Saud
The philosophical idea that there are no more distances, that we are all just one world, that we are all brothers, is such a drag! I like differences.
And like I said, I appreciate my older brothers because they would not allow me to win. They made me learn to play with them, which I think is the most important thing that I learned.
The best thing about having brothers and sisters is that they’re brutallyhonest. My brother just got the ‘Narnia’ game, and first thing he does is kill me in it! Six times, over and over again!
My maternal granddad, Leonard, was full of amazing stories. He was an orphan, with 11 or 12 brothers and sisters, and he used to tell us about growing up near the Irrawaddy river and how one brother was eaten by a crocodile.
I know that God lives, my brothers and sisters. There is no question in my mind. I know that this is His work, and I know that the sweetest experience in all this life is to feel His promptings as He directs us in the furtherance of His work.
I love all dots. I am married to many of them. I want all dots to be happy. Dots are my brothers. I am a dot myself.
I have a lot of brothers. It’s easy for me to do physical stuff. I had to survive. I really love it, and I’d love to do more of it. I want to do action films. I want to go and hang off of wires, and jump off of bridges, and hang on bungee cords. I’ve always really loved it.
I grew up and I was weaned on the Marx Brothers. They were sort of my all-time favorite. My parents showed me their movies when I was very young. And as I got older, I became a Charlie Chaplin fan, and I love BusterKeaton.
‘Step Brothers’ itself, when I did it, I don’t know if I had any idea that it would become a defining moment in my career and life like it has, and I’m really happy that that’s the one that ended up being that for me.